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4 Tips to Boost Your Work-From-Home Productivity

4 Tips to Boost Your Work-From-Home Productivity


If you're one of the many who continue to find yourself sequestered in your home, attempting to manage your work obligations amidst a busy household, you may be open to hearing some suggestions about how to increase your productivity.

  • Define your space. If you haven't already done so, establish a designated workspace that doesn't serve double duty as a common area with the rest of the family. Keep it neat and organized; you'll find that a well-organized workspace reduces stress and promotes efficiency.
  • Keep up appearances. Working from home doesn't mean you should neglect basic personal maintenance, or stay in your pyjamas all day long! You will find that dressing for work promotes a more productive mindset, while sending a subtle message to your family or housemates that you're "at work" and therefore not to be needlessly interrupted.
  • Create a formal schedule. Include regular mental health breaks as well as stretching and exercise sessions in your day.
  • Recreate social time with coworkers. Use a social networking app to catch up on regular water cooler conversations, as well as to exchange tips and strategies that are helping you get through your days.

Let's make some time to connect too, whether through a virtual connection or a good old-fashioned phone call. In the meantime, please stay safe, and stay productive!


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